-For Mackish Affairs Only-

This was my first library compilation from back in '07. I didn't have much at the time, but it was meant to be the best of what I had. As I continued to listen and explore, I found much much better music. I was editing and re-working tracks daily. I thought surely I couldn't do better than this one. Well as it turns out, Volume 1: For Mackish Affairs Only is the first of five and perhaps many more compilations. And for you "smokers" out there, I'm told that is good music to smoke by.

For Mackish Affairs Only!

My top 5 faves, will always be in bold.

01. Paul Kuhn - Gateway to Crime
02. Sidewinder - Stanway's Revenge
03. Alan Parker - Black Pearl
04. Eddie Anderson - Inside You
05. Alberto Baldan Bembo - Tema Di Barbara
06. Alan Hawkshaw - Next Stop L.A.
07. Rhythm Heritage - 3 Days of the Condor
08. Daniel Janin & Son Orchestra - Saramina
09. F. McDonald and C. Rae - Bank Job
10. Blackbyrds - Something Special
11. Alan Parker - Big Apple
12. Don Costa Orchestra - Can You Dig It?
13. Bob James - Westchester Lady
14. Donald Byrd - Onward 'til Morning
15. Carl Staker - The Wild Horse
16. Roy Ayers - Lifeline
17. Johnny Harris - Fragments of Fear
18. Reg Tilsley - Soft Lines
19. Alberto Baldan Bembo - Blue Velvet
20. Puccio Roelens - Northern Lights
21. Fumie Kumatani - Tricky Maze
22. Polish Radio Orchestra - Better Luck Next Time
23. Blackbyrds - All I Ask
24. Peter Reno - Hold Back
25. Freedom Power - Love For Sale
26. Marvin Gaye - Come With Me Angel

Up next is a strictly blaxploitation mix called "Volume 2: 59th & Easy Street." Take it easy...


Paul Durango said...

I'm gonna love this place.

Mike said...

In a word: Awesome.

Stellar mix. This place simply rules. You, sir, have taste.

Anonymous said...

I just went through your entire site and downloaded just about everything. Just wanted to say thanks for all the effort putting everything up and compiling these dope mixes!

Hrangue said...

Thanks for taking the time. I do miss blogging and ripping vinyls, but it got too expensive. I've since moved on to the Japanese sound you hear, but the language is a major barrier to finding out more. It's pretty expensive also. I do have a private JP mix in the works though (no hurry to finish it).

If you're a fellow blogger and would like to hear it someday shoot me an email at Hrangue@gmail.com

Thanks again.


What a compilation !!!...
Only by reading the titles you know that it's funkier than the funkiest thing in the University of Funk and hotter than a Mexican pepperoni !!!
BUT the link doesn't work anymore....
Could please re-upload it on mediafire ???
Thank you in advance....

Hrangue said...

Sure, I'll get back to you in a couple of days. My laptop is dying so while I was able to save files, I don't have access to my usual programs. I have to transfer things to my other computers as needed.